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3 Essentials to Making Your Restaurant Dreams a Reality

Have you ever wondered what makes certain chefs and cooks shine more than others? They’re successful in what they do, and it seems like they’ve turned their dreams into reality overnight.

Maybe you’re a little jealous. Maybe you’ve simply chalked it up to luck. Regardless, you’re ready to make your own move now. You’re good at following recipes in the kitchen, but these three qualities will prove to be the recipe for success.

Persistence Is Key

One of…


Posted on February 8, 2018 at 11:22pm

Bengaluru's Best Goan Restaurants

Goan cuisine consists of popular regional foods from this famous small state of India. Meat, Pork, Coconut, Spices, and seafood constitute the main ingredients of Goan cuisine. Since this state has a tropical climate, the food over there has intense flavours of spices. Goans consider their food to be incomplete without fish. The Goan dishes are similar to Konkani or Malvani cuisine. Their dishes are highly influenced by the Hindu origins and the names of their dishes represent their…


Posted on January 23, 2018 at 12:10pm

Different Delicacies That You Can Prepare Using Your Momos Making Machine

Momos are a Tibetan/Chinese delicacy that we all love and relish. These steamed snacks can be made in variety of shapes and sizes and various different flavours are also available. Momos are the staple snack for all college goers and teens. In order to make sure your kids have healthy momos, having a momos maker is really important.

Once you have a good momos maker, the whole process of preparing delicious…


Posted on January 19, 2018 at 2:43am

Biriyani at its best – The pride of Indian cuisine

There is hardly any person who does not love biriyani. This is an evergreen dish making people happy since centuries. The aroma of this dish is what which makes people fall in love with this dish. It was the Mughals who brought this dish and made it famous in North India while down the south this was made popular by the Arabs.

In both parts of India, the style of cooking this dish is a bit different but when you are making this at home, you can always try both the recipes. One can…


Posted on January 15, 2018 at 4:39am

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